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     Black Panther was highly anticipated, and the beautiful, entertaining film lives up in some aspects, but it's not as serious as some expected.

At first glance of his paintings, one might see Degas’s art as elegant and brilliant, much like any other artist. But behind each painting lies a deep story that, even to this day, marks Degas as a genius.
Opening February 11th, the Denver Art Museum is exhibiting lesser known works of art by the famous impressionist, Edgar Degas. Not only does it feature some of his more famous works, such as “Dance with Bouquet” or “The Conversation”. However, the exhibit was carefully curated with sketches and drawings that emphasized his pursuit for perfection

Come see the new baby sloth at the Denver Zoo!

Natalia Rose Baleine Gallagher is a twelve year old girl living life on the road with her dad. Follow her and her journey through life and around the world! 

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In the derelict and seemingly harmony-less, directors Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have created music. The promenade of percussion begins on a stage filled with (what seems to be) discarded rubbish. Then, the eight performers slowly make their entrance, carrying nothing but common brooms. All of a sudden, the subtle build-up of taps and clicks crescendos into rhythm-filled, wordless song. This is Stomp!

In Coppell Middle School, in a remote part of Massachusetts, strange things have started happening. At first the occurrences just seemed like mild accidents, but they quickly started getting worse. Marcus O'Mara, an agent of the Library, has to figure out who -- or what -- is causing the events to happen. But will he be able to stop it and complete the story before it's too late?

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

“Well behaved women seldom make history.” - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Roses and Radicals: The Epic Story of How American Women Won the Right to Vote is an inspiring odyssey chronicling the 72 long years it took women to gain the right to vote.

For all the people who watch the CW hit TV Series, Supergirl: Age of Atlantis by Jo Whittemore is for you. This TV-inspired novel is packed with adventure and fun.

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science has a lot more to offer than the exhibits shown there. They also offer a variety of activities for kids, such as Dissection Connection, where kids 2nd to 9th grade and their parent get the opportunity to look at anatomy in a way that’s usually not accessible to people.